The Albany Institute of History & Art has announced they will offer free admission to the galleries on Monday, January 20, 2020 from 10 am to 5 pm.
Current exhibitions include: A Brilliant Bit of Color: The Work of Walter Launt Palmer; Painting the American Southwest: The Work of Otto Plaug; Joan Steiner’s Look-Alikes; The Hudson River School: Landscape Paintings from the Albany Institute; Ancient Egypt; and Traders & Culture: Albany and the Formation of American Identity.
Guests are invited to participate in drop-in art making from 10 am to 4:30 pm. The project will be exploring warm and cool colors using tempera paint sticks.
Families can also explore the museum using the Family Discovery Tour. This interactive tour is available through visitors’ cell phones or smart devices.
The Museum Shop and Museum Cafe will also be open for guests to enjoy.
The Albany Institute of History & Art is located at 125 Washington Avenue in Albany. Free parking is available in the museum’s lot at the corner of Elk and Dove Streets.
For more information, visit the Institute’s website or call (518) 463-4478.
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